So New York’s latest snowstorm (that’s five so far!) is in full force. I ran out a few minutes ago to take some pictures for those who aren’t lucky enough to be here to enjoy it.
In a string of bad snow storms, I’d say this one’s topping ‘em all…and does this weather forecast seriously have two more days of snow predicted for Friday and Saturday??
Good news is: this is some seriously great packing snow. At least one snow man has already gone up, complete with mustache and charcoal briquette eyes (which, were they to be lit on fire, would make for one very brief moment the coolest snowman ever):
Bad news is: the roads are right now covered in a four-inch thick layer of packed down, VERY slippery snow. City-wide bus service is already canceled. Below, my (rental) car as of 1 AM. I’m terrified of what it will look like in six hours.
Well, this guy probably won’t be riding it for a while anyway…
Overheard from one of these ladies stumbling out of a nearby bar: “how long were we in there for??”
At least the trees are looking pretty!
Good luck tomorrow!
PS – Send along interesting pictures of your neighborhood under snow and I’ll post ‘em here!
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